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Kino Winter Catalog shipped. New releases in store.

Old 11-29-05, 10:46 PM
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Kino Winter Catalog shipped. New releases in store.

I got my new Kino catalog in this week. It is one of my favorite things to get in the mail. lots of good stuff in this one, the winter color catalog. if you want one check out Any mail order dvd catalogs availavle?


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For Winter 2006:

Robert Benchley And The Knights Of The Algonquin

A special collection of nine shorts paying tribute to the great American satirist Robert Benchley. Includes his first screen appearance in 1928 and covers topics such as The Trouble With Husbands, Crime Control, The Sex Life of a Polyp. Also featured is Alexander Woollcott in Mr W's Little Game. A true collector's treasure.

24.95 86 min minutes

Cavalcade of Comedy

Hollywood intersects Broadway in this lively display of Paramount comedy short of 1929-1941, rarely seen since their initial theatrical release. See stars like Burns and Allen, Jack Benny, Smith and Dale, George Jessel, and Eddie Cantor performing theis famous routines.

24.95 111 minutes



For Spring 2006:

Augusta Genimsa's Prix De Beaute (1930)

Louise Brooks last starring role in a feature, and her only movie shot in France, is the story of a yount typist who wins an international beauty contest without informing her fiance.

29.95 93 minutes.

Also these Swedish silents:

Mauritz Stiller' Erotikon (1920)

When lovely Irene is neglected by her absent minded entomologist husband, she flirts with various other men in retaliation in this light hearted comedy of jealously and deception. Inbued with Stiller's gracefultiming and frothy Continental mores. Erotikon prefigures Bergman's Smiles of a Summer Night, Max Ophuls, and most squarly, Ernst Lubitsch

29.95 73 minutes

Mauritz Stiller's The Saga of Gosta Berling (1924)

Easily the most ambitious production of Swedish silent cinema, this tale of a defrocked priest's illicit passion for a married woman delivered its star Greta Garbo to the world (and subseuently to Hollywood). Often shown in dramatically butchered incarnations, this version restores 40 minutes of footage to one of Stiller's final films.

29.95 131 minutes

Sir Arne's Treasure (1919)

Set in a meticulously recaptured 16th century, Sir Arne's Treasure is a fatalistic chronicle of mercenaries and conspiracy under the regime of Johan III. With its subtle psychology and mature understatement, some consider this the finest hour of a neglected master who, alongside Victor Sjostron, established the artistic Swedish cinema.

29.95 71 minutes
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Old 11-29-05, 11:01 PM
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I got this last week. Very esoteric stuff in there, to say the least.

The Alain Delon "action thrillers" on page 22, sound promising
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Old 11-30-05, 09:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Cameron
For Spring 2006:

Augusta Genimsa's Prix De Beaute (1930)

Louise Brooks last starring role in a feature, and her only movie shot in France, is the story of a yount typist who wins an international beauty contest without informing her fiance.

29.95 93 minutes.

Yessss!!! More Louise Brooks on DVD, now if we could get a good R1 Pandora's Box or some of her Paramount work like Beggars of Life, I would be very happy. Still, great news!
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Old 12-28-05, 04:13 AM
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Cavalcade of Comedy 02.21.06
Robert Benchley And The Knights Of The Algonquin 02.21.06
Prix De Beaute 03.07.06
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got the after xmas sale catalog. 25% off on most everything. Brothers Quay Collection is going OOP...hurry
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